Arborist Dan Gates, right, and Public Works Director Derek Barry examine the recently planted trees at the city of Sumner’s new nursery. The 26-acre parcel is located on unused land at the rear of Sumner Cemetery.
Arborist Dan Gates, right, and Public Works Director Derek Barry examine the recently planted trees at the city of Sumner’s new nursery. The 26-acre parcel is located on unused land at the rear of Sumner Cemetery. Drew Perine drew.perine@thenewstribune.com
Arborist Dan Gates, right, and Public Works Director Derek Barry examine the recently planted trees at the city of Sumner’s new nursery. The 26-acre parcel is located on unused land at the rear of Sumner Cemetery. Drew Perine drew.perine@thenewstribune.com

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